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Energy Treasure Hunt Show & Tell

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Southtown Water Resource Recovery Facility

S-3690 Lake Shore Road

Buffalo, NY 14219

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Learn about the energy treasure hunt recently conducted at our local water resource recovery facility. Joe Fiegl, P.E., Deputy Commissioner of the Erie County Division of Sewerage Management, will give a short presentation on the project which was supported by NYSERDA’s Strategic Energy Management program. After the presentation, there will be a one hour guided tour of the facility.

This is a great opportunity for sustainability professionals to tour a wastewater treatment facility and network with their peers and likeminded colleagues.

Hundreds of organizations have used Energy Treasure Hunts to reduce their facilities’ energy use by 7 to 15 percent. An Energy Treasure Hunt engages employees in identifying low-cost energy savings opportunities from behavioral, operational, and maintenance actions. NYSERDA’s program and other energy management programs have helped local businesses of all sizes - from GM to the Buffalo Zoo to local restaurants.

Join us to learn about the energy treasure hunt process and how it can be applied to your business. Pre-registration is required. Limited to 25 people. We hope to see you there!

Date and time: Tuesday March 26, 10:00 - 11:30 am

Please observe: closed-toe, closed-heel shoes with sufficient traction must be worn on the day of the plant tour.

Address and directions: S-3690 Lake Shore Road, Buffalo, NY 142 19. Directions: Southtowns Water Resource Recovery Facility is located off the circle of Routes 5 and 179, across from the Ford Stamping Plant. From Buffalo: Take Route 5 West; Take the exit ramp toward NY-179, following the sign for Woodlawn Beach State Park; Do not enter traffic circle; take the first exit toward the State Park (Gateway Blvd); Take the first left, following the sign to “Southtowns/District 3 Office” to arrive at the WRRF.

Visitor parking is available to the left when facing the building.



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